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Estudios de Sociolingüística 5.1 2004

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Introduction to Special Issue PDF
Jean-Marc Dewaele , Aneta Pavlenko i-v

Articles

Bilingual emotions: The untranslatable self PDF
Alexia Panayiotou 1-19
The ‘language’ and ‘feel’ of bilingual memory: Mnemonic traces PDF
Robert W. Schrauf , David C. Rubin 21-39
Identity and first language attrition: A historical approach PDF
Monica S. Schmid 41-58
Multilinguality and emotions: Emotional experiences and language attitudes of trilingual immigrant students in Israel PDF
Larissa Aronin 59-81
Blistering barnacles! What language do multilinguals Swear in?! PDF
Jean-Marc Dewaele 83-105
Adquisición de las propiedades morfosintácticas del español por parte de niños bilingües en etapas avanzadas PDF
Pedrp Guijarro-Fuentes , John Clibbens 107-128
Entre la gramática y el discurso: las completivas con para + infinitivo / subjuntivo en un contexto socio-comunicativo PDF
María José Serrano 129-150

Reviews

Anne-Marie de Mejía (2002). Power, Prestige and Bilingualism: International Perspectives on Elite Bilingualism (= Bilingual Education & Bilingualism). Clevedon: Multilingual Matters. 322 pp., ISBN Pb 185359590X. PDF
Maria Jose Serrano 151-153
Kay McCormick (2002). Language in Cape Town’s District Six. Oxford: Oxford University Press. xv + 253 pp., ISBN 0 19 8235542. PDF
Penelope Gardner-Chloros 154-157
Sara Mills (2003). Gender and politeness. Cambridge: Cambridge UniversityPress. 270 pp., ISBN Hb 0 521 81084 1, Pb 0 521 00919 7. PDF
Virginia Acuna Ferreira 158-164



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